Why are equilibrium constants dimensionless?
An equilibrium constant for liquid-solid solutions is defined as:
Where A and B are reactants, Y and Z are products, and the
If there are the same number of moles of products as there are for reactants, the stoichiometric coefficients add up to the same number. In other words:
As a result, your units are:
So this is only true if the moles of products equal the moles of reactants.
Double check this Truong-Son. The number of moles of reactants does not always equal the moles of product.
The equilibrium constant is